What we do

We are a research and consultancy business, specialising in engineering sectors such as mining, oil-and-gas and infrastructure.  

Our work for clients ranges from providing strategic advice on particular markets, to analysing market trends and assisting clients in pursuing market opportunities. 

We offer a specialised database on the coal industry in Australia, giving details of all operating and planned mines and the key people involved in them. 

For further information on our services, please contact us at 0411 478307 or melbourne@resourcesmonitor.com.au. 

Source: Stephen Codrington

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Mining Notes


24 October 2018                                                         

We are pleased to introduce our coal database, assisting mining-service companies to take advantage of the attractive opportunities presented by Australia's coal sector.

The database gives details of operating and planned coal mines in Australia and the key people involved in them. The database is in Excel format and is updated regularly. 

Notwithstanding differences in opinion in Australia about coal, the sector is doing well. 

Coal prices have doubled since mid-2016, reflecting continuing growth in Chinese steel production and in coal-fired electricity production throughout Asia. Australia's chief economist expects coal to overtake iron-ore as Australia's major export product this financial year. 

In addition, coal-fired electricity will be required in Australia until at least the 2040s, in the view of the Australian Energy Market Operator (responsible for Australia’s national electricity market).

Please contact us for an extract from the database. Price details are in the order form (see above). Our contact details: melbourne@resourcesmonitor.com, +61 411 478307.

 Source: Thiess. Our database includes details of key people involved in the Lake Vermont coal mine, as shown in the photo.